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Saturday, December 3, 2016

“The short-term difficulties”: Vekselberg commented on the arrests of the leadership of “T Plus”


Entrepreneur Viktor Vekselberg called “momentary difficulties” the situation around the part belonging to him of the holding “Renova” energy company “T Plus”, whose leadership was arrested last week on charges of bribery ex-the head of Komi Vyacheslav Gaiser and his entourage.


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Opening the new plant in Yekaterinburg, Vekselberg, who is quoted by TASS, said that at present in 16 regions of the Russian Federation “T Plus” is “more social responsibility” and in any case it will be “firmly go to the planned purposes”.

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Recall that in September 7, was arrested the head of the company at the moment Boris Vainzikher and its previous head Yevhen olkhovyk. Who was at that time General Director of “Beeline” Mikhail Slobodin was previously also head of the “T Plus”, the investigation has not been apprehended, as the searches in Renova, he flew from Russia to France.

He has stated that he intends to return to the country, but so far this has not happened, and later there is evidence that about the possible arrest slobodina also warned already been arrested interior Ministry Colonel Dmitry Zakharchenko in the apartment and whose car was discovered the dollar equivalent of 9 billion.

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These facts Vekselberg did not comment, limiting the statement that “T Plus” always was, is and will be a highly professional company.

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